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Continuous light frequency versus different rates in HZ

Discussion in 'The Quantlet' started by Seamus Ryan, Sep 13, 2017.

  1. Seamus Ryan

    Seamus Ryan New Member

    Just curious if the hz rates makes a big difference to what you are trying to achieve with the quantlet. I had a thought that in nature the waves/rays from the sun would be continuous, not pulsing at a certain rate (have I got this wrong?) so the best setting for every light frequency to mimic nature is a continuous flow rather than pulsing at different rates? Thoughts everyone?
  2. drezy

    drezy Gold

    In nature you can be standing under a tree with leaves that "pulse" light in spots. Clouds will pulse light. Think it as further information in the signal to the amazing system known as you.
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Lights from variety of sources communicate.

    But there is the initial light.
    Wonder if we could eventually distinguish between them.
    Generations of lights. (grand-grandmother-Light, grandmother-Light, Mother-Light)
    Sunlight is not the initial light.

    Initial light came from outside of universe.
    Wonder if it is still coming, I guess yes.

  4. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    The terms "outside the universe" and "before the creation of the universe" are without referent, since the universe is the sum of everything by definition, the views of modern physicists notwithstanding.
    Lahelada likes this.

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